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  • From Lima: Ballestas Islands & Nazca Lines with Meals

    1. From Lima: Ballestas Islands & Nazca Lines with Meals

    Wake up early for pick-up from your hotel at 4:30 AM and travel to the Paracas National Reserve. Enjoy a breakfast box on the way there. Board the first boat to Ballestas Islands and admire the scenery of Paracas Bay, keeping an eye out for wildlife like sea lions, seagulls and penguins.  Travel to the aerodrome of Ica and watch an informative video on the history of the Nazca Lines, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jump on to a Cessna 208 Caravan plane and fly over the ancient geoglyphs, to view them from above. Take pictures of the whale, astronaut, monkey, hummingbird and many more of the geoglyphs. Head to a traditional Peruvian restaurant and choose between a creole or seafood lunch, complemented with drinks. Indulge yourself with a wine tasting as well as traditional pisco, famously made in the region.  Return to Lima at 7:00 PM.

  • Lima: Vegan Peruvian Food Tour

    2. Lima: Vegan Peruvian Food Tour

    Enjoy a unique walking tour in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Lima during your vegan Peruvian food tour of Barranco. Embark on a 4-hour tour and taste a variety of dishes accompanied by your local guide. Visit 8 different shops and restaurants, which have been carefully selected just for you. During your tour, taste 15 different flavors of fruits, drinks, and dishes, and be introduced to local small entrepreneurs. Get immersed in Peruvian history and culture through its exquisite food. As you will see, every bite has a story to tell. Be sure to eliminate your hunger by the end of this Barranco vegan food tour.

    This was a really fun way to see this area of Lima, learn about the local history and taste yummy food!

  • Lima: Half-Day Fountains Tour with Dinner & Folklore Show

    3. Lima: Half-Day Fountains Tour with Dinner & Folklore Show

    Enjoy a guided tour of the Magic Water Circuit in Lima, a refreshing difference than normal Lima tours. This impressive park, named as the largest of its kind by the Guinness Book of World Records, has beautiful water fountains that dance to music and lights providing an astonishing spectacle, including a jet spray reaching 262 feet high. Eco-travelers need not be put off: the park reuses the majority of any water circulated in the fountains, with just a small percentage evaporating into the air. All in all, the Magic Water Circuit makes for a fun day out in Lima for kids and adults alike. After this experience, head to a renowned restaurant to relish a delicious dinner. While in the restaurant, enjoy a typical dance show with dancers performing some of the most representative dances from different regions of Peru. The perfect end to this activity in Lima before you are transferred back...

    Guide spoke excellent english. Got picked up on time. Laser light show at the fountains was incredible. Supper show was far too long and very repetitious

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What people are saying about Lima

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 27 reviews

The guide Maria Elena was very kind at all times. We went in the afternoon where the fountains are best appreciated by the lights, then we went to a buffet style restaurant, the food was very rich and varied and the show is unbeatable. We had a great time, super recommended

The fountain show is very beautiful and ideal for photographs. The transfer is very comfortable and guided. Very rich dinner and colorful and fun show, very organized and spectacular to see the horses Highly recommended

The Fountain Park was beautiful and the show was very entertaining. Our guide was great and full of information. The dinner and show were also excellent. (the show was a little long).

Very nice activity. They picked us up promptly and the guide provided us with lots of interesting information. The water circuit is really magical.

This was a really fun way to see this area of Lima, learn about the local history and taste yummy food!